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Python NumPy: Create an array with 10^3 elements

Python NumPy: Array Object Exercise-69 with Solution

Write a Python program to create an array with 10^3 elements.

Sample Solution:-

Python Code:

import numpy as np
x = np.arange(1e3)
print(x)

Sample Output:

[   0.    1.    2.    3.    4.    5.    6.    7.    8.    9.   10.   11
.                                                                      
   12.   13.   14.   15.   16.   17.   18.   19.   20.   21.   22.   23
.                                                                      
   24.   25.   26.   27.   28.   29.   30.   31.   32.   33.   34.   35
.                                                                      
   36.   37.   38.   39.   40.   41.   42.   43.   44.   45.   46.   47
.                                                                      
   48.   49.   50.   51.   52.   53.   54.   55.   56.   57.   58.   59
.                                                                      
   60.   61.   62.   63.   64.   65.   66.   67.   68.   69.   70.   71
.                                                                      
   72.   73.   74.   75.   76.   77.   78.   79.   80.   81.   82.   83
.                                                                      
   84.   85.   86.   87.   88.   89.   90.   91.   92.   93.   94.   95                                                                      
..............................

  900.  901.  902.  903.  904.  905.  906.  907.  908.  909.  910.  911
.                                                                      
  912.  913.  914.  915.  916.  917.  918.  919.  920.  921.  922.  923
.                                                                      
  924.  925.  926.  927.  928.  929.  930.  931.  932.  933.  934.  935
.                                                                      
  936.  937.  938.  939.  940.  941.  942.  943.  944.  945.  946.  947
.                                                                      
  948.  949.  950.  951.  952.  953.  954.  955.  956.  957.  958.  959
.                                                                      
  960.  961.  962.  963.  964.  965.  966.  967.  968.  969.  970.  971
.                                                                      
  972.  973.  974.  975.  976.  977.  978.  979.  980.  981.  982.  983
.                                                                      
  984.  985.  986.  987.  988.  989.  990.  991.  992.  993.  994.  995
.                                                                      
  996.  997.  998.  999.]   

Python Code Editor:

import numpy as np
x = np.arange(1e3)
print(x)

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